Why Choose MDK Law Group
Our law firm is dedicated to advocate on behalf of our clients from start to finish to obtain compensation for their injuries. Our Phoenix premises liability lawyers in Arizona have experience in representing clients through the process to hold the responsible party at fault. Call MDK Law Group today at (623) 225-5635 or contact us online for a free consultation to discuss your legal options. We represent clients throughout the state.
When to Call a Premises Liability Attorney in Arizona
Individuals often tend to be on someone else’s property on a daily basis, for example, retail stores, restaurants and bars, sporting events, gyms and grocery stores. However, people do not understand the importance of premise liability claims that may be available when you or a loved one is injured. If you have been wrongly injured due to the negligence of a property owner, contact a premises liability attorney in Arizona get help seeking compensation and holding the responsible party liable. Our Phoenix premises liability lawyers at MDK Law Group work to help premise liability victims obtain appropriate compensation for claims against negligent property owners. Getting expert legal representation from a skilled premises liability lawyer in Arizona can help you seek maximum compensation for your injuries.
How Does Arizona Law Determine If a Property Owner is Liable?
In Arizona, property owners, business owners, and landlords owe a duty of care to others on their property to maintain a safe and hazard-free environment. Failure to properly do so puts individuals at risk of suffering severe, but preventable injuries. Under premise liability law, a property owner’s duty of care is categorized into three areas: 1) Licensee, 2) Invitee, or 3) Trespassers.
A licensee is someone who entered the premises with the permission of the owner (the owner does not expect financial gain from the licensee). If you are found to be a licensee, a property owner must warn the licensees about any concealed dangers or hazardous conditions on the property. For example, a delivery person at a store is considered a licensee.
An invitee is someone who is on the property to potentially bring financial benefit for the business owner. For example, a person shopping at a retail store.
A trespasser is illegally on the property and owners traditionally owe no duty of care. But, a property owner may be liable if they willfully injury the trespasser or a child is injured. If a child is injured, you must prove the property owner knew of the dangerous condition that would likely harm the child, the child was likely to trespass, and the property owner failed to use reasonable care to protect the child from harm. This exception for child trespassers is in place because children do not always have the ability to appreciate the dangers of certain conditions.
If you or a loved one has been injured on another’s property, MDK Law Group can help represent your interests and pursue compensation for the applicable injuries, pain and suffering, future care, and medical bills.
Contact Experienced Phoenix Premises Liability Lawyers Represent Your Best Interest
Premise liability claims can be difficult to understand. At MDK Law Group, our Phoenix premises liability attorneys provide legal services to you or a loved one for the injuries and damages sustained. Our Arizona personal injury attorneys analyze your case and help determine the best course of action to maximize your compensation. At MDK Law Group, we are Phoenix premises liability lawyers that are committed to seeking justice for you.
Call (623) 225-5635 to schedule your free consultation today.